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DO NOW: For life, what is the importance of…

DO NOW: For life, what is the importance of…

DO NOW: For life, what is the importance of…. Carbon? Hydrogen? Nitrogen? Oxygen? Phosphorus? Sulfur?. VIDEO 1 – Water and Carbon. VIDEO 2 – N, P. For life, what is the importance of…. Carbon - is basis for ORGANIC materials. Hydrogen- water and energy transfer.

By benjamin
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Outline

Outline

The Global Carbon Project: Integrating Humans, Climate, and the Natural World Progress Report 2004-2005. Outline. Theme 1 Activity Theme 2 Activity Theme 3 Activity Links to Sponsor Programs Meetings Publications Communication Support. GCP Science Framework. 1. Patterns and Variability.

By emily
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Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles. Water Nitrogen Carbon Dioxide Phosphorus Sulfur. Biogeochemical Cycle :. chemical elements are required by life from the living and nonliving parts of the environment. These elements cycle in either a gas cycle or a sedimentary cycle

By jana
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Ecology

Ecology

Ecology. Study of interactions between organisms and their environments. Biotic Factors. Biosphere – life-supporting layer of Earth Biotic factors – all living organisms in a biosphere. Abiotic Factors. Nonliving factors in an environment Examples: Air currents Temperature

By libitha
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Cycles In Nature

Cycles In Nature

Cycles In Nature. Matter is cycled through the environment. Now we will see how water, carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycle through the environment from abiotic to biotic factors. The Water Cycle. Water is necessary for life.

By mayes
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Cycles in Ecosystems

Cycles in Ecosystems

Cycles in Ecosystems. The Water Cycle. Water never leaves the Earth. It is constantly being cycled through the atmosphere, ocean, and land . This process, known as the water cycle , is driven by energy from the sun. The water cycle is crucial to the existence of life on our planet.

By hunter
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How do we pollute our environment?

How do we pollute our environment?

How do we pollute our environment?. List 5 ways. Air pollution – can you think of any examples?. Water pollution – can you think of any examples?. Land pollution – can you think of any examples?. Impact on the Carbon Cycle. List as many ways that human activity may disrupt the Carbon Cycle

By lou
(150 views)

W ater , Carbon , Weather and Climate

W ater , Carbon , Weather and Climate

W ater , Carbon , Weather and Climate. “Carbon and water cycles are crucially important processes for our ability to predict future weather and climate and their influence on society through, for example, food and water availability.” Martin Best and Chris Jones. The Changing Water Cycle.

By talib
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Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles. No bell ringer today. Finish NWEA test – if you need to Go to classworks and click on byrd . Work on assignments listed. When you finish, you can get on coolmath . THIS IS A GRADE!!!!!. Bell ringer - Thursday. 1. Which sphere deals with land?

By brant
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Trophic Levels

Trophic Levels

Trophic Levels. Trophic Levels and Food Chains. Quaternary consumers. Food Chain: set of food (energy) transfer from trophic level to trophic level. Carnivore. Carnivore. Tertiary consumers. Carnivore. Carnivore. Secondary consumers. Carnivore. Carnivore. Primary consumers.

By travis
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Anton Cwik , Ethan Sox

Anton Cwik , Ethan Sox

Anton Cwik , Ethan Sox. Per. 4. BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES. ‘ Fundamentals ’ of biogeochemical cycles. All matter cycles...it is neither created nor destroyed... As the Earth is essentially a closed system with respect to matter, we can say that all matter on Earth cycles .

By hova
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Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles. I don’t understand why when we destroy something created by man we call it vandalism, but when we destroy something created by nature we call it progress. - Ed Begley, Jr. Objectives:. Define the term biogeochemical cycles .

By saul
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UNESCO Desire – Net project Sustainable Development Pietro La Mendola

UNESCO Desire – Net project Sustainable Development Pietro La Mendola

UNESCO Desire – Net project Sustainable Development Pietro La Mendola pietro.lamendola@casaccia.enea.it UNESCO Rome, 2007 5-19 February. HOW DEVELOPMENT IS DEFINED AS “SUSTAINABLE”? and WHAT IS THE ENERGY ROLE ?. HOW DEVELOPMENT IS DEFINED AS “SUSTAINABLE”?(IPCC).

By dawn
(159 views)

Modeling with STELLA

Modeling with STELLA

Modeling with STELLA. Maryland Virtual High School of Science and Mathematics. STELLA Characteristics. A dynamic concept map Focuses on change over time Makes visible the feedback in a system Allows the input of data and equations Expresses output as data tables and graphs

By liza
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How do we pollute our environment?

How do we pollute our environment?

How do we pollute our environment?. List 5 ways. Air pollution – can you think of any examples?. Water pollution – can you think of any examples?. Land pollution – can you think of any examples?. Impact on the Carbon Cycle. List as many ways that human activity may disrupt the Carbon Cycle

By hali
(755 views)

Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?

Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?

3. Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?. Core Case Study: Tropical Rain Forests Are Disappearing. Cover only about 2% of the earth’s land surface Contain about 50% of the world’s known plant and animal species Major harmful effects of disruption Reduces biodiversity

By joie
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Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles

Biogeochemical Cycles. Nutrients circulate through ecosystems. Physical matter is circulated continually in an ecosystem Nutrient (biogeochemical) cycle = the movement of nutrients through ecosystems Atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere

By soo
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Nutrient Cycles and Pollution, Lake Michigan Style

Nutrient Cycles and Pollution, Lake Michigan Style

Nutrient Cycles and Pollution, Lake Michigan Style. Cheryl A. Heinz, Benedictine University. In the beginning…. September 21, 2006 Michael Puente, reporting for Chicago Public Radio reports:.

By finn
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ECOLOGICAL PYRAMIDS

ECOLOGICAL PYRAMIDS

ECOLOGICAL PYRAMIDS. Ecological Pyramids. An ecological pyramid is a diagram that shows the relationship amounts of energy or matter contained within each trophic level in a food web or food chain.

By duff
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MATTER CYCLING IN ECOSYSTEMS

MATTER CYCLING IN ECOSYSTEMS

MATTER CYCLING IN ECOSYSTEMS. Nutrient Cycles: Global Recycling Global Cycles recycle nutrients through the earth’s air, land, water, and living organisms. Nutrients are the elements and compounds that organisms need to live, grow, and reproduce.

By bono
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